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Help us win ‘Best of Wheaton’ honors!

Wheaton Drama has been nominated for a 2017 Best of Wheaton Award in the category of “Not for Profit Arts Organization.”  In 2014 we won this honor, due in large part to the direct support of our members and community supporters.  We hope we can count on you to do the same for us this...


Student Acting Workshops at Wheaton Drama

Kindergarten Through Eighth-Grade Classes A fun experience for all! Young performers will learn basic onstage and acting techniques while they develop their imagination and creativity. All children will have a blast as they explore acting through a series of theater and improvisational games. This ensemble-building class will foster each student’s self-esteem and help him/her become...


Director Application Deadline Extended to Sunday, Feb. 23

The deadline to submit an application to direct one of Wheaton Drama’s 2014-15 shows has been extended to Sunday, Feb 23rd. Applications are available on the Wheaton Drama website, and should be forwarded to Artistic Committee Chair Mike Boyna at  

February 17, 2014February 17, 2014by In Theater

2013 Colby Awards

On Saturday, July 27, the 16th annual Colby Awards ceremony was held, honoring the people who work behind the scenes for Wheaton Drama: Hansel and Gretel  BERNI RAYMOND – Playwright GEORGIA HAMILTON – Music Director DON DUMPER – Set Design/Construction MELISSA HEISCHBERG – Costumes DOUG BUETHE – Guardian Angel The Heiress  KEITH DEBOLT – Set...


Seeking 2013 Summer Workshop Teachers

WHEATON DRAMA LOOKING FOR TEACHERS FOR SUMMER WORKSHOP INSTRUCTION Wheaton Drama is looking to staff its summer workshop, which offers comprehensive theatre instruction for children from July 8-13 for elementary aged children and July 15-20 for middle school/high school students. Duties include instruction in either theatre, vocal performance, or dance. All instruction is taught from...


Next Meeting

Our next general membership meeting is November 20 at 7:30pm. The entertainment is: “LOVE: A Mental Disease”. A showcase of scenes and monologues that illustrate all the pleasant and unpleasant aspects of love. Conceived by Anthony Berg and Jeni Dees. Directed by Anthony Berg. Featuring Jeni Dees, Kristen Morris and Dave Amato. Pieces range from...